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She leant back, being so weary, against its stern, And laid her arms on its own, Each open palm stretched out to each end of them, Her sad face sideways thrown. Her white-elothed form at this dim-lit cease of day Made her look as one crucified In my gaze at her from the rnidst of the dusty way, And hurriedly 'Don't,' I cried. I do not think she heard. Loosing thence she said, As she stepped forth ready to go, 'I am rested now. ' POEMS OF THOMAS HARDY And wordless we moved onward down from the hill In the west cloud's murked obscure, And looking back we could see the handpost still In the solitude of the moor.

PART I: NATURE AND MAN COMPASSION AN ODE IN CELEBRATION OF THE CENTENARY OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY POR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS I BACKWARD among the dusky years A lonesome lamp is seen arise, Lit by a few fain pioneers Before incredulous eyes. ' 11 What was faint-written, read in a breath In that year - ten times ten away A larger louder conscience saith More sturdily to-day. But still those innocents are thralls To throbless hearts, near, far, that hear no calls Of honour towards their too-dependent fraU, And from Columbia Cape to Ind we see How helplessness breeds tyranny In power above assail.

I866 AT A BRIDAL NATURE'S INDIFFERENCE WHEN you paced forth, to await matemity, A dream of other offspring held my mind, Compounded of us twain as Love designed; Rare forms, that corporate now will never be I Should I, too, wed as slave to Mode's decree, And each thus found apart, of false desire, A stolid line, whom no high aims will fire As had fired ours could ever have mingled we; And, grieved that lives so matched should miscompose, Each moum the double waste; and question dare To the Great Dame whence incarnation Hows, Why those high-purposed children never were: What will she answer ?

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